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HGS Conference Day 2019

Macdonald Botley Park Hotel
Winchester Road, Boorley Green
Southampton, SO32 2UA

Featuring Genealogy Experts and talks from guest speakers

Open to all – Members, Friends and Family with a passion for family history

Tickets – £15.00

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Programme

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09:15 Registration/Tea & Coffee
10:00 Guest Speaker – Rosalind McCutcheon: The Poor Laws and the Irish Poor
11:30 Annual General Meeting (members only)
12:15 Lunch
13:30 Guest Speaker – Simon ~Fowler: making Best Use of the National Archives
14:45 Afternoon Tea
15:30 Guest Speaker – Nick Barratt: The Future of Family History
17:00 Close

 

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